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Scottish Equitable International -Flexible Investment Plan

Type:
Unit-linked bond

Aim:
Growth by investing in a range of 44 unit-linked funds

Minimum investment:
Lump sum £15,000, monthly £500, annually £5,000

Fund links:
Choice of 24 internally managed funds and 20 externally managed funds from Baillie Gifford, DWS, First State, Invesco Perpetual Lazard, Merrill Lynch Newton, Northern Trust SocGen and UBS

Allocation rates:
100%

Place of registration:
Dublin

Switches:
12 free switches a year, thereafter the greater of £25 or 1% of switched amount

Charges:
Initial 1.25%-1.5%,
annual 1%-1.55% depending on underlying funds

Commission:
Initial up to 5%,
renewal 1%

Contact: www.scoteqint.ie

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